||Algeria British Business
Olga Maitland - Chairman, Algeria British Business Council -
a dinner for the Lord Mayor of the City of London, Dr Andrew Parmley,
and H.E. The Minister of Finance for Algeria, M. Abderrahmane Raouya,
with a high level delegation of ministry officials and representatives
of the financial and commercial sector.
Inside Saudi Arabia A Crown Prince Mohammed Modernises
While Facing Down Qatar And Yemen:
Is This Situation Tenable?
William Patey, KCMG - Former Ambassador to Saudi
Since leaving the Foreign Office, Sir William Patey has remained in
constant touch with his former domain, and has given fearless and frank
assessments on developments in the region. He has questioned whether
Saudi Arabia miscalculated in isolating Qatar. Will all these events
cause investors to think seriously about disinvesting in the Gulf?
more information and tickets, please contact Lady Olga Maitland:
email@example.com, or download the details.
- North Korea's State-Owned News Agency.
|North Korea Exposed: Daily Life
in the Hermit Kingdom
Korea is a big world problem” says Trump. And with the country making
Headline News every day, there has rarely been a more important time to
hear the truth about this paranoid state. With the tension being
ratcheted up daily, it’s now the world's most significant story; one
that may affect us all. Quoting Lord Alton: Ignoring North Korea is not
Hunter, photojournalist and former TV News and Current Affairs
Source: MS ClipArt
|Fresh analysis after President
Trump attends a
Mini-Summit of NATO in Brussels the week before.
Lords Dinner in association with Algeria British Business Council
sponsored by the Rt. Hon. Lord Lamont of Lerwick, Former Chancellor of
This event will discuss the Future of British Trading Relations outside
The Opportunities for Algeria. A Review of the 'UK Algeria Double
Convention.' Also speaking:- H.E. The British Ambassador, Mr
Noble. H.E. The Algerian Ambassador Mr. Amar Abba.
NATO Secretary General visits
Headquarters of Allied Command Operations (SHAPE).
Sir Adrian Bradshaw, KCB, OBE Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe,
Bradshaw made news headlines with the statement to the press
warning, ‘NATO and the EU need ‘a grand strategy’ to resist Putin’.
‘Russia would remain a threat as long as President Putin holds power.’.
He added there would be catastrophic consequences if the west lost
coherence in its response ‘to a competitor that has his hands on all
levers of power.’
Debrief: H.E. The Russian
Ambassador, Mr. Alexander Yakovenko
kindly host an insightful debriefing following the meeting in
Moscow between the
Foreign Minister, Mr Sergey Lavrov and the Foreign Secretary, Mr Boris
Johnson. The topics to be addressed will embrace Syria, Yemen, Ukraine,
Crimea, Libya, Baltic states, NATO, US relations.
Lady Olga: ‘This is a unique
opportunity to hear first hand the Russian perspective on global
conference by NATO Secretary General
Jens Stoltenberg following the meeting of the
North Atlantic Council at the level of Defence Ministers.
Adrian Kendry - Is NATO fit for Purpose?
Kendry was a former Senior Defence Economist and Adviser to the
Secretary General of NATO. He will examine the degree NATO countries
can rise to the challenge posed by President Trump in raising their
defence spending to 2% of GDP. He will also look at the
from Russia and the level of capability for NATO to respond.
||Reception hosted by the South
Sudan Business Council.
Olga Maitland is a Board Member of the South Sudan Business
Council. South Sudan is finding its feet after an unsettled
period. Now looking at investment opportunities and creating a better
understanding of the environment through close ties with the local
political and business community.
Secretary General -
|LIEUT. GENERAL MARK POFFLEY,
DEPUTY CHIEF OF DEFENCE STAFF.
and capability of British armed forces. The realities of a changing
world, new working partnerships and relationships with overseas
engagements i.e. Syria, Iraq, Libya etc. British forces will need
flexibility and be relevant to new threats from wherever they come.
Britain’s role in NATO as it reshapes to new demands.